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Rin! (Manga)


Alternative Titles

English: Rin!
Japanese: 凛!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 2002 to Oct 25, 2004
Authors: Honami, Yukine (Art), Kannagi, Satoru (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.791 (scored by 1601 users)
Ranked: N/A2
Popularity: #1909
Members: 2,912
Favorites: 35
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Katsura, a second year in his high school's archery club, has a hard time controlling his nerves. His "secret weapon" is his brother's best friend and childhood buddy, Sou! One hug from Sou and Katsura's nerves are soothed to a peaceful calm. But he can't keep Sou around him forever. As he wonders how he'll survive without Sou's hugs, his friend Kouichi suddenly asks if he can be the one to save him, and kisses him! What now?!

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Sakurasawa, Kouichi
Sakurasawa, Kouichi
Kobayakawa, Katsura
Kobayakawa, Katsura
Shibata, Sou
Shibata, Sou
Kobayakawa, Yamato
Kobayakawa, Yamato

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Manga: Seven Days
Seven Days is like a introdution to the BL world. Most of people start with shounen-ai or light yaoi like Little Butterfly. Rin! and Seven Days are similar because both are great stories involving archery, "love triangle" and they give the same heart-warming feeling about BL school life. I must say I hold a special care for Rin! because of the great character development we get and I really think RIn! should receive the same attention Seven Days has. 
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Manga: Kimi ga Koi ni Ochiru
Both stories involves Japanese Archery, wherein the main leads are having doubt with themselves because they were starting to fall in love with the same gender, which caused them to encounter troubles in their performances and skills in archery. Rin's story is more on shounen-ai. It is light weight and a bit slow-paced. Kimi ga koi ni Ochiru is more on usual yaoi with sexy love scenes. Both are worth the read. 
reportRecommended by chie_shou13
Manga: Bukiyou na Silent
Both ukes are small, cute, and reserved, while the semes are handsome and more socially active. In Rin!, uke is dependent on seme due to a past tragedy, and in BnS, the seme is the only person that can emotionally understand the uke.
Personally, I think both stories are amazing. 
reportRecommended by He11sDomain
Manga: Yume Musubi, Koi Musubi
Significantly younger uke loves older seme, and really looks up to him. Seme gets jealous of anyone that gets too close to his attractive uke. 
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Manga: Suki no Mebae
Both involve ukes begin dating their older brother's friend. The semes both begin the relationship, and are shown as the ones that fell in love first. Only after this is revealed do the ukes share this passion.  
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Manga: Ikusen no Yoru
The art in both manga evoke a similar light and calming feel, and the mains in both reads also share a a similar dilemma - they already have a love interest, but their close friends are eyeing the position of becoming their potential lover.

The story for both develops at a more gradual pace, a bonus for those looking for good bl reads that span more 2 volumes or more.

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